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Gary Evert Clouse

Gary Evert Clouse passed away to Oct. 1. He was born as the mighty eldest of seven children to Evelyn & Evert Clouse on Feb. 22, 1937. He spent 48 wonderful years with his beautiful wife Beverly (Bowler), before she preceded him in death in 2008....more >>

Lawrence "Bud" Taylor

Lawrence "Bud" Taylor, of Lake Orion passed away on Oct. 3 at the age of age 82. He was the beloved husband of Jean for 56 years, father of the late Susan and Felicia, brother of Bonnie Pettigrew of Arkansas....more >>

Gerald "Jerry" E. Lampe

Gerald "Jerry" F. Lampe, age 77 of Lake Orion, passed on Oct. 3. He was the dear husband of Lois (Long), father of Becky (Billy) Penley, Frank Lampe, Jim (Pam) Lampe, Jerry Lampe, Theresa (Brian) Altiman, John (Dawn) Lampe and step-father of Scott Robinson, Kelly (Scott) McKenzie, Shelley (Bobby) Galloway, and Crystal Long....more >>
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Born February 5th
1900: Adlai E. Stevenson II, Illinois governor and presidential candidate.
1914: Sir Alan Hodgin, English physiologist and biophysicist.
1926: Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, longtime New York Times publisher.
1934: Hank Aaron, American hall of fame baseball player.
1938: John Guare, playwright (The House of Blue Leaves).
February 5th
in history
1783: Sweden recognizes U.S. independence.
1846: The first Pacific Coast newspaper, Oregon Spectator, is published.
1864: Federal forces occupy Jackson, Miss.
1865: The three-day Battle of Hatcher's Run, Va., begins.
1900: The United States and Great Britain sign the Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, giving the United States the right to build a canal in Nicaragua but not to fortify it.